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Your Second Floor is Not Safe

Post  tailocdacnien on Thu Dec 16, 2010 9:35 pm


One must remember that rain and snow precipitate more often on the second floor of a house than on the first and consequently suffers more from outdoor elements. Contactors and professional installers often find accessing and working on any second floor project tedious and problematic which implies that a regular everyday handyman will experience these feelings sevenfold. Even when vinyl or aluminum sidings are used to finish window frames they encounter problems like warped sidings, aluminum losing its colour, and cracks to stucco. This is all the result of overheating of the roof where high temperatures and sunrays split, fade, and deform your home’s surfaces.

Protect Your Home from the Elements

A solution to these various problems is maintenance free, lightweight, manufactured stone veneer. Durable and colour fast, weather resistant stone veneer is the ideal bay window cladding material. Easy to install and available in dozens of attractive textures and colours, manufactured stone veneer enhances the architecture of a house and solves the problem of faded paint, rotting boards, warped sidings and possible water damage to the interior of your house. Manufactured stone, also known as faux stone or artificial stone, is engineered from a specifically formulated blend of Portland cement, natural stone aggregates, and carefully selected pigments. At only a fraction of the weight of natural stone, manufactured stone eliminates the need for structural reinforcing of foundations and footings. Thus, the stone can be installed on any stable interior or exterior wall surface, facing, or elevation; including those where natural stone would be impractical.

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